ドラッグ・ディスカバリーと漢方薬の科学、規制、グローバリゼーション<br>Drug Discovery and Traditional Chinese Medicine : Science, Regulation, and Globalization

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ドラッグ・ディスカバリーと漢方薬の科学、規制、グローバリゼーション
Drug Discovery and Traditional Chinese Medicine : Science, Regulation, and Globalization

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 249 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780792374114
  • DDC分類 615.10951

基本説明

Provides the English-speaking world with a collection of papers, covering such topics as R & D, clinical studies, and commercialization. Contents: Floras, Plant Conservation and China's Future; Hubie Province; Global Markets for Botanical Products; and more.

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The "First International Conference on Traditional Chinese MedicineScience, Regulation and Globalization" was held from August 30 to September 2, 2000 at the University of Maryland at College Park, Maryland. There were approximately 250 participants from the Peoples Republic of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United States. This objective of this conference was to promote international collaboration for the modernization of Traditional Chinese herbal medicines (TCM) and their introduction into the global health care system. It was mainly sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China and the NllI National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM). It was organized by Dr. William Tai, then director of the Institute of Global Chinese Affairs at the University of Maryland and Dr. Yuan Lin, president of Marco Polo Technologies, Bethesda, MD. This conference was conceived by Dr. Tai two years earlier recognizing that this was an appropriate time and also the unique location of the University of Maryland. Today, there is a growing recognition of the of alternative medicine in modem societies and the rapid loss of importance knowledge about traditional methods for the treatment of the multitude of human illnesses found throughout the world. TCM has been in common use in China for thousands of years; and many of its formulations are well defined.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Acknowledgements xi
Approaching Traditional Chinese Medicine: 1 (12)
Inheritance and Exploration
Youngzheng Hui
Floras, Plant Conservation and China's Future 13 (6)
Peter H. Raven
Natural Products Drug Discovery and 19 (14)
Development at the United States National
Cancer Institute
Gordon M. Cragg
David J. Newman
The Global Importance of Plants As Source of 33 (10)
Medicines and the Future Potential of Chinese
Plants
James S. MIller
Food, Medicinal Plants, and Other Edible 43 (12)
Materials As Sources of Bioactive Compounds
That Enhance Metabolic Fitness and Imporve
Health
Steven C. Bobzin
Paul Burn
Regions In China Rich In Resource for 55 (6)
Medicinal Plants
Anhui Province
Zuojun Jiang
Hubie Province
Lincheng Ma
The Camtothecin Expience: From Chinese 61 (14)
Medicinal Plants To Potent Anti-Cancer Drugs
Stringner S. Yang
Gordon M. Cragg
David J. Newman
Approaches For Evaluation Immune-Modulating 75 (8)
and Anti-Tumor Bioactivities in Chinese
Medicinal Herbal Extracts
Pei-Fen Su
Sheng-Yang Wang
Chih-Chien HSU
Show-Jane Sun
Yuan Lin
Pei-Ling Kang
Chin-Jin Li
Joanna Liang
Lie-Fen Shyur
Ning-Sun Yang
Using Transcription Factor Based Assays To 83 (6)
Study Herbal Products
David Pasco
Molecular Basis For Medicinal Actions Of 89 (8)
Androgens and Green Tea Epigalloctechin
Gallate
Shutsung Liao
Yung-His Kao
Mai T. Dang
Ching Song
Junichi Fukuchi
John M. Kokontis
Richard A. Hiipakka
Studies On Chemical Components and Their 97 (14)
Pharamacological Activities Of Panax Ginseng
Root
Li-Xiangao
Li Xiang
Lei Jun
Antibacterial Synergy In Rubricine: An 111(14)
Extract From The Roots Of Arnebia Euchroma A
Chineses Medicinal Herb
Spencer A Benson
Brian P. Higgins
Chi S. Chae
Yuan Lin
On The Quality Assessment Of Chinese Patent 125(12)
Medicine
Peishan Xie
Yuzhen Yan
Modernization Of Traditional Chinese Medicine 137(8)
Needs Five Finger Mountain and Golden Head
Ring
Paul Pui-Hay But
A Practical Comprehensive Approach To Chinese 145(6)
Medicine Research
P. C. Leun G
K. P. Fung
Back To Nature: The Alternative Paradigm For 151(6)
Drug Development
Jasjit S. Bindra
Frank C. Sciavolino
David B. Maclean
Paul A. Armond
Pierre G. Etienne
Global Market For Botanical Products 157(12)
Peggy Brevoort
Opportunities and Challenges Of Developing 169(8)
Medicinal Herbs
Michael Chang
Traditional Chinese Medicines: Regulatory and 177(14)
Scientific Challenges
Mark Edgar
Marco Polo Technologies: A Model For A Modern 191(10)
TCM Company
Robert Yuan
Commercialization Of Chinese Herbal Medicine 201(8)
In The Global Market
Chung Guang Shen
The Development Of Modern TCM In China Tianfa 209(26)
Group
Jialong Gong
FDA Forum 213(22)
Yuan Yuan Chiu
Chi-Wan Chen
Ling Chin
Samuel W. Page
Lori Love
Joseph M. Betz
Freddie Hoffman
Program 235(6)
Invited Speakers 241(6)
Subject Index 247